court prosecuting violent crimes, but when you go home at the end of the day i could never shake it. how do you do it, eleanor? your specialty is crimes on women and children. when you see those crime scene photos, when you see the autopsy photos, unless you attend the autopsy yourself, as you and i have both done, and you see that the child has been mutilated and harmed the way this child obviously was, how do you get up in front of that jury and explain it to them? >> nancy, i think you just have to tell them the truth. as horrible as it is, you can't, you know, gloss over it. you have to say how it happened. and you know, you just deal with these things by going home and hugging your own child and taking care of yourself. but all i can say is we're doing what's right for the victims of these awful crimes, and that's prosecuting those defendants. >> to brian rice, detective bergen county prosecutor's office, brian, thank you for being with us.